I use my rings on a daily basis. I used it with a Samsung Galaxy Note 2 LTE and now Oneplus One (for a couple of years now). I used my rings for unlocking my phones via Google's NFC Smartlock and NFC Ring's app (1 ring to unlock both; otherwise, input 2 different PINs). The other tags of the rings are used to toggle wireless (wifi/LTE/bluetooth/GPS), toggle brightness.
I've used them from Android Lollipop to now Nougat, stock and custom roms on both phones. What's nice with the NFC reader on the Oneplus One is it sits right on my index finger and it reads it pretty well (90% of the time) if I just tilt my ring on my index slightly out.
I'm also a backer for both NFC Ring campaigns. I have enough rings to feel like wearing 2 Infinity Gauntlets...
Confirmed working by johnyma22 in previous post.
You would need to program your NFC ring tag ID onto the system before the door lock would recognise it.
All NFC rings have two tags embedded which will be able to be used with Salto
@johnyma22 Just had this tweet from @John-McLear.
Thought I'd post it here for the community to see, although I suspect it will disappoint rather than placate.
It was an odd thing to say. Here it is verbatim.
"It's available to some folks, not sure what the situation is tbh. Development was completed years ago from our perspective!"
I have a Kerv payment ring and it works in exactly the same way with NFC readers. If the door lock could read your old ring, it will be able to read the payement ring with no issues.
I was enjoying unlocking my phone with my payment ring until Google disabled the feature in Oreo, boo.
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